Bridget [name omitted for privacy reasons] <lapollutionestsimauvaise(a)yahoo.com>
Helga was making the article not only NPOV but also
more informative, as
ultimatum is a much more weighted word than treaty.
Yes. But it wasn't a treaty and it *was* an ultimatum.
Von Ribbentrop told the Lithuanian minister
"The situation in the Klaipëda Territory is such that any minute German
blood may be spilled there, and if that happens the German army will march
into Lithuania and nobody can predict where it may halt."
Thats not a treaty, thats an ultimatum, if not an outright threat. The only
relevant treaty, that of 1927, said Klaipëda was a Lithuanian territory.
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